Inadequate maintenance is one of the top reasons why tenants leave. This is according to PropertyManager.com. Not having a leaky ceiling or a broken toilet fixed in a reasonable amount of time will give tenants the impression that their property managers don’t care about them. And if they feel this way, then why should they renew their lease?
However, tenants who feel that their needs are being met will most likely stay. The way to ensure this happens is by following through on property management maintenance requests.
Caring for your tenants is an important part of being a property manager. Ensuring that their maintenance requests are met is one aspect that will help businesses run efficiently and retain tenants.
One solution that can help property management companies stay organized is 360 Visibility’s 360 Property Manager. Built using Microsoft Dynamics NAV, 360 Property Manager allows companies to manage inquiries, leases and billings. As for maintenance, the solution includes a detailed scheduling system allowing property managers to budget their time, resources and requests accordingly.
For more information, check out our 360 Property Manager videos.